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Marsh, John

XI/38/173-174, 4 boxes

John Marsh wrote from Dover where he acted as a forwarding agent. Some parcels were forwarded from Cullen (q.v.) to NMR through John Marsh. These four boxes of letters give details and comments on imports and exports of wool, including German wool, reports of foreign messages to NMR, including Russian dispatches and reports on all activities through Calais and Boulogne. These include the times of arrival of messengers, details of messengers carrying dispatches for the Foreign Office and express deliveries to other City houses, and the movement of silver and gold through the port.

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1823 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/173A
1824 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/173A
1825 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/173B
1826 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/174A
1827 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/174A
1828 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/174B
1829 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/174B
1830 Letters Received: Marsh, John : Dover XI/38/174B